Most sustainable satellite network in history

We’re setting a new standard in sustainable space. The E-Space constellation has been designed with sustainability at the heart of its architecture; it will be resilient enough to withstand a collisional cascading event while also designed to avoid one. This will effectively minimize and reduce space debris and destruction while preserving access to space for future generations

Engineered for lowest-cost connectivity

We have engineered our constellation — using extremely compact and lightweight satellites for rapid deployment — to service very small, easy-to-install devices located virtually anywhere on Earth. By reducing manufacturing and launch costs, we can enable more customers to benefit from our advancements in space.

Uninterrupted connectivity, planet-wide

Using novel, patent-pending satellite technologies, E-Space will deliver seamless, uninterrupted IoT service for basic messaging up to real-time voice, video and data communications. Our ubiquitous service will radically expand the possibilities of existing traditional IoT use-cases while also pushing the envelope to support very low latency, high throughput rate use-cases like autonomous systems.

High-security design meets peer-to-peer resiliency

E-Space is the first point-to-point LEO satellite system offering a “Zero Trust” topology to completely eliminate the need for hundreds or thousands of ground-based gateways. This makes the E-Space satellite network more resilient to IT hackers or kinetic destruction.

Blending artificial intelligence with IoT architecture

The E-Space platform will enable IoT data to be sent directly to a customer’s data center or optimized with Artificial Intelligence (AIoT) algorithms, enabling the delivery of actionable insights, intelligence and automation.

Potential beyond imagining

We expect the E-Space AIoT system and platform to accelerate the proliferation of new services and applications — some not yet imagined — to transform economies and governmental services; improve operational efficiencies; and protect the planet with ubiquitous sensor data to monitor, manage and solve known and undiscovered problems on Earth.

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